Monday, February 17, 2014

Closeup’s freshest beach party in the city is back with an interesting twist: they’re letting the public call the shots. Closeup has been inviting everyone to create the party with them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by letting their fans decide the details of the event starting with the music: electronic dance music or indie?

Closeup Forever Summer takes off from Closeup’s first music festival in 2013, Closeup Summer Solstice, a 12-hour outdoor party featuring dance music acts like Afrojack, Cedric Gervais, Alex Gaudino, Dev, and Cobra Starship. Closeup Forever Summer was supposedly Closeup’s year-ender party set to happen in November 2013, which they called off to sympathize with those who have been affected by super typhoon Yolanda.

Now, it’s back! Closeup is getting people together to create a summer party to remember forever. Closeup Forever Summer is the first and only music festival of its kind that allows the public to decide on how the party should happen. You can have your say on the party by telling the guys over at Closeup what you want through their Facebook page (, their Twitter ( and Instagram account (

“We want people to own summer and have it exactly how they want it. This year’s Closeup Forever Summer is about creating lasting moments by getting everyone together to decide how they want the party to go down,” says Closeup Brand Manager Gem Laforteza.

Closeup is inviting everyone to help create the party. Tell them how you want Closeup Forever Summer to happen at @closeupph using the hashtag #CloseupForeverSummer.

The full details and artist lineup of Closeup Forever Summer will be revealed in an announcement party, featuring foreign DJ Thomas Gold on February 26, 2014 at Republiq Club.

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